As the season changes and the weather starts to warm up, the health queries we receive from our patients and customers start to shift.
Our health is directly linked to the environment around us. As the temperatures start to increase, the plants around us respond and the resulting increases in the pollen in the atmosphere, along with increased wind and sun can have an impact on our immune systems.
Interestingly, while the assumption is that hayfever and allergies occur in spring, they are often spread through the seasons with many falling around March and April as well, as different pollen allergens peak at different times of the year.
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